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Pellicula Universal de salutatione Maximi Litvinov, ministri rerum externarum Sovietici, ad Civitates Foederatas (1933).

Maximus Maximovich Litvinov (Russice Макси́м Макси́мович Литви́нов; natus Meir Henoch Wallach-Finkelstein Bielcae Poloniae in Imperio Russico, 17 Iulii 1876; mortuus Moscuae Unionis Sovieticae, 31 Decembris 1951) fuit revolutionarius Iudaeus Russicus et legatus Unionis Sovieticae magni momenti. Litvinov, qui pacta diplomatica ad exarmationem ducentia vehementer suadebat, anno 1928 efficit ut Unio Sovietica participes esset Pactionis Kellogg-Briandianae, Protocollumque Litvinovianum anno 1929 plerumque excogitavit, pactionem multilateralem quae Pactionem Kellog-Briandianam inter Unionem Sovieticam et varias civitates vicinas constituit. Anno 1930, Curator Popularis Rerum Externarum creatus est, maximum munus diplomaticum in civitate Sovietica. Decennio proximo, vox magni momenti securitatis collectivae, sollemnis rationis Sovieticae, fuit. Legatus praeterea ad Civitates Foederatas et Cubam meruit.

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  • Holroyd-Doveton, John. 2013. Maxim Litvinov: A Biography. Woodland Publications.
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  • Lockhart, R. H. Bruce. 1933. Memoirs of a British Agent: Being an Account of the Author's Early Life in Many Lands and of his Official Mission to Moscow in 1918. Novi Eboraci: G. P. Putnam's Sons.
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  • Osborne, Patrick R. 2000. Operation Pike: Britain Versus the Soviet Union, 1939–1941. Westport Connecticutae: Greenwood Publishing Group.
  • Phillips, Hugh D. 1992. Between the revolution and the West: a political biography of Maxim M. Litvinov. Boulder Colorati: Westview Press. ISBN 0813310385.
  • Rappaport, Helen. 2010. Conspirator: Lenin in Exile, The Making of a Revolutionary. Windmill Books.
  • Resis, Albert. 2000. The Fall of Litvinov: Harbinger of the German-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact. Europe-Asia Studies 52(1). JSTOR.
  • Roberts, Geoffrey. 1992. The Fall of Litvinov: A Revisionist View. Journal of Contemporary History, 27(4):639–657.
  • Tzouliadis, Tim. 2009. The Forsaken: From the Great Depression to the Gulags: Hope and Betrayal in Stalin's Russia. Londinii: Abacus.
  • Watson, Derek. 2000. Molotov's Apprenticeship in Foreign Policy: The Triple Alliance Negotiations in 1939. Europe-Asia Studies 52(4). JSTOR.
  • Ulam, Adam. 1989. Stalin: The Man and His Era. Bostoniae: Beacon Press.

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